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How You Can Use Minecraft to Engage Reluctant Readers

Matt Farber and Steve Isaacs with Mark Cheverton

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Our guest discovered an ironic way to encourage kids to turn off video games and pick up books.

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My Secret Sauce for Teaching Coding to Young Kids

Matt Farber and Steve Isaacs with Sam Patterson

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Our guest is passionate and has been very successful with teaching coding to young kids. Tune in as he shares his insights.

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Thinking About Using Minecraft in Education? Try This...

Matt Farber and Steve Isaacs with Garrett Zimmer

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If you've ever contemplated using Minecraft in your classroom, our guest will get you excited about the possibilities and point you in the right direction. 

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GBL: How Games Can Make Learning Math Enjoyable

Matt Farber and Steve Isaacs with Randy Weiner 

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Join us as we expand our thinking about how game-based learning can effectively make learning math engaging and entertaining. 

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GBL: What Are Digital Badges, Why They Matter?

Matt Farber and Steve Isaacs with Noah Geisel  

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In this segment, we look at the emerging trend around digital badges as a form of  micro-credentialing.  

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EDWORDS: Latest Game-Based Learning Blog Posts

  • GameBasedLearning

    Bringing Gamification to Your Classroom

    Gamification has changed how I teach.  It's a game-changer so to speak. There are many ways to bring gamification to your classroom.  Deci ...

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    by Gina Taylor @RLTaylor94
    Thursday, 16 June 2016
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    Game-Based Learning: Lessons from Nintendo

    In the late 1980s, I remember playing the original Mario Brothers for hours on end, trying desperately to save the princess. I ducked, dodged, and j ...

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    by David Cutler @spinedu
    Wednesday, 24 February 2016
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    Let's Go to Disneyland! - A Virtual Spring Break Vacation!

    As my first grade students left for their holiday break, I told one of the children to have a wonderful vacation. He sadly looked at me and said, "I ...

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    by Cheryl Arnett @c_arnett
    Friday, 19 February 2016
  • LessonPlan

    Sleuths In My Class

      Most, if not all, of the material I use in my classes is decided upon after the first three or four lessons. It's very important to me to know ...

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    by Christina Chorianopoulou @kryftina
    Saturday, 09 January 2016
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    Why You Should Let Your Kids Play Video Games

    Most people are surprised to find out that I am a huge video-game nerd. I wow them with my extensive knowledge and collection of video games and I a ...

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    by Megan Roberts | @TechieEducation
    Saturday, 19 December 2015
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